What does Ooma do?

Ooma is a leading provider of innovative communications solutions and other connected services for smart workplaces of all sizes, from home to enterprise. Our platform-driven solutions have the power to provide communications, automation, monitoring, safety, security and productivity enhancing applications to our users. Our proprietary hybrid SaaS platform consists of our cloud - including seven strategically located global data centers, PureVoice HD voice quality, on-premise appliances/connectivity, mobile applications and end-point devices. Together these resources provide the connectivity and functionality that power our solutions with industry leading reliability and quality of service for exceptionally competitive pricing and value.

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Who are the analysts covering Ooma stock?

Please see the Stock Info/Analyst Coverage page of our Investors web site.

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When does Ooma’s fiscal year end?

Ooma’s fiscal year ends January 31.

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Who are Ooma’s independent auditors?

Deloitte & Touche LLP

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Where can I access Ooma’s filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)?

Please see the Financial Info/SEC Filings section of our website.

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Where can I find more information about Ooma?

Visit Ooma.com for more information about our services, products, management and culture. The Financial Information pages of our website include earnings releases, supplemental information, investor presentations and quarterly/annual filings. Quarterly and annual filings can also be found on our SEC filings page, as well as proxy and changes in ownership information. The Investors section of our website also has pages for governance, with information about our board of directors and policies, press releases, events and presentations, analyst coverage and stock trading.

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Does Ooma pay dividends?

Ooma does not currently pay dividends.

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Who is Ooma’s transfer agent and how do I contact them?

A transfer agent and registrar for a publicly held company keeps records of stock held by registered shareholders, including shares held in certificate form. When stock changes hands, the transfer agent updates the record of ownership of the stock. The transfer agent does not maintain records of shares bought and sold through brokerage accounts and held in “street name.” Such records are maintained by the specific brokerages through whom shares are bought and sold.

The transfer agent is also responsible for escheatment, which is the legally required process of transferring unclaimed property to the state. If you are a registered shareholder of Ooma stock, it is critical that you maintain current contact information with the transfer agent; otherwise, you are at risk of having your shares escheated. If you hold your shares through a brokerage account, you need only ensure that your address is current with your brokerage firm.

Ooma’s transfer agent is Computershare, Trust Company, N.A. They can help with a variety of shareholder-related services:

Change of address
Transfer of stock ownership
Lost or missing stock certificate(s) request
Account statement request

Please direct your inquiries and transaction requests to Computershare as follows:

Telephone inquiries:
800-736-3001 (when calling from the US or Canada)
781-575-3100 (when calling from outside the US or Canada)

Email inquiries:
www.computershare.com/us/contact/

Written requests by mail:
Computershare Trust Company, N.A.
462 South 4th Street, Suite 1600, Louisville, KY, 40202

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How do I contact Ooma?

Please see our Contact and Alerts page where there is also sign-up information for alerts about press releases, SEC filings, events, presentations and end of day stock quotes.

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